Download server version

The version of SaltOS Server is our recommended option. Allows execution of SaltOS remotely and only requires a server with PHP. For best performance, you should install add all dependencies.

ISO file with a self-installable image CentOS 7 and SaltOS pre-installed. This ISO can install SaltOS in 5 minutes and provides a server with all requirements installed. Important: the root password is toor

TGZ file with all the code SaltOS ready to use from a server. The stable version is updated whenever a new release and nightly version is released is updated daily with the latest developments.


PHP file ready to open a browser. If no fault is the easiest way to install SaltOS.


RPM file ready to install on RPM-based systems like CentOS, Fedora, RedHat, ...

Download desktop version

The desktop version of SaltOS allows running SaltOS like a desktop application is involved. . If you want to try SaltOS and has no where to install a server, try these packages. If you like, we recommend installing SaltOS on a server so you can get 100% of the functionality incorporates SaltOS.


ZIP file for Microsoft Windows. Download this file, unzip the zip and double-click on the icon SaltOS.


ZIP file for Apple MAC OSX. Download this file, unzip the zip and double-click on the icon SaltOS.

TGZ file for GNU / Linux 32 and 64 bits. Download this file, unzip the tgz and double-click on the icon SaltOS.

Download the SaltOS documentation

Here, you can download the available documentation for the SaltOS project:


PDF file containing the user manual, ideal for end users.


PDF file containing all the FAQs, ideal for administrators and developers.

Download the SaltOS logos

From here, you can download the SaltOS logos in different formats and color combinations.


ZIP file containing all logos in PNG format with transparent background, ideal for use in documents.


ZIP file that contains all logos in vectorial format, ideal for designers that need the logo and text sources.

Download notes

  • SaltOS package includes the base code and an installer to configure the administrator access.
  • In the GNU/Linux version, you may need to add --nogpgcheck to use the command yum install.
  • The server version requires a web server with PHP support.
  • The desktop version doesn't require nothing more because is executed in local mode as a traditional desktop application.

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